Lumiere Tickets

26 of the 37 artworks, including some of the most spectacular installations, will be located outside the central peninsula area and can be visited any time without a ticket between 4.30pm and 11pm. All visitors will be able to enter the central city area without a ticket after 7.30pm. Large crowds are expected and even with a ticket you may have to queue in some areas.  

You can obtain a ticket in person at one of 11 ticketing sites around the county. Tickets are not available by telephone. 

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Collect tickets in person

Tickets are available to collect in person from the following venues across the county - 

•    The Gala Theatre & Cinema
•    Stanley Library
•    Seaham Library
•    Woodhouse Close Leisure Centre
 

Tickets collected in person incur no charge. Each venue will have a set allocation of tickets to distribute. Tickets will be available at each of these venues until the allocation runs out. 

The Gala Theatre & Cinema will be open each day from 10am - 8.30pm. All other ticketing sites will be open from 10am – 7pm on Monday 28 October and Tuesday 29 October, then revert to their standard opening times.

A maximum of six tickets per household are available. If your child is carried in a baby carrier or sling then they won't need a ticket. All other children will need a ticket. 

For the latest ticket information, visit durham.gov.uk/lumieretickets